This weekend I travel to Wisconsin to teach a photography class. This is the first step in a long process of hopefully establishing myself as a photography instructor. It’s also a stepping stone in building a new photography group in the Madison, Wisconsin area.
As I prepared my class notes, I was doing the multitasking thing and making a list of items I needed to bring with me. Camera, check. Lenses, check. PS Vita, check. Oh crap, I need to charge the 3DS and get both systems updated. Well, there are a few more tasks added to this ever growing list of things that need doing before I hit the road.
It then hit me that this is pretty much the official start to my travel season. At the end of the month I head to Michigan to meet with some friends for a weekend of board gaming. Some family members in Chicago are asking for senior photos to be done before the end of the month. After that, a few trips to Wisconsin, Michigan, Colorado, Massachusetts, maybe Georgia, Montana, and Arizona. Through all of those countless miles of travelling, my trusty 3DS and PS Vita will be with me. They will be keeping me company on long lonely flights, nights of insomnia, and general down time.
I almost wish I could say I’d have a Nintendo Switch with me, but Zelda can only keep you engaged for so long. I mean, once you get that one hundred percent completion, what else is there to really do? So I’ll stick to my Vita and 3DS, along with their horribly long lists of games I’ve yet to complete.
Well, time to go get these things charging and check to see if they need any sort of updating. Then packing. I swear, I said I would slow down in the nicer months. So much for that. Well, time to go build a business!